The Apple Watch is no longer just the world’s most popular smartwatch. It’s also currently the world’s number one watch.
For its third generation smartwatch, Apple has retained its iconic square face design but they have added more functions for greater freedom. In last year’s Series 2, Apple had added GPS and water resistance for swimming so that you can use your watch in more places than before. For this year, they are making the watch more independent and you can use it standalone almost anywhere without having to bring your iPhone.
In addition to new iPhones, Apple will be releasing a new smartwatch later this year. The current Apple Watch Series 2 is already a huge upgrade over the previous version as it gets built-in GPS and water resistance up to 50 metres deep.
In order for the Watch to work with greater independence, it has to support standalone connectivity via 4G LTE. That’s apparently the next big feature that will be introduced on the upcoming Apple Watch Series 3.
The Apple Watch is the world’s most popular smartwatch and today, Apple is updating the operating system it runs on: watchOS. This is watchOS 4 and it focuses on making things easier for you with a brand new Siri watch face.
Apple‘s watchOS 3 proved to be a pretty significant upgrade for Apple Watch users. Not only did it make the most popular smartwatch in the world faster, it also packed familiarity plus a whole bunch of new features into Cupertino’s wearable.
Now, Apple’s adding a few more useful features with watchOS 3.2.
It’s that time of the year! The time to get up and get exercising. It’s time to get your hands (wrists?) on the brand new Apple Watch Series 2. Or, if you’ve got limited funds like me, it’s time to get your hands on the not-so-brand-new Apple Watch Series 1.
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The Apple Watch is definitely a popular wearable device. Apple’s watchOS is also pretty good at what it does, especially compared to Android Wear. At Google’s I/O, the search engine giant gave their wearable OS a big overhaul that featured a whole bunch of new features.
Now, it’s Apple’s turn to strike back. Here’s what they’ve been up to with watchOS 3.
The Apple Watch is available in Malaysia with enough variants to suit any occasion. If you’re wealthy enough to splurge on multiple Apple Watches, switching from one watch to another can be a pain in the butt.
Not too worry as the Cupertino company understands what Apple Watch aficionados have to go through and here’s what you can expect with the upcoming watchOS 2.2.
Today is a busy software update day if you’re using an iPhone, iPad or an Apple Watch. Apple has just started pushing its iOS 9.2 update for its iDevices while the Apple Watch is getting a newer watchOS 2.1 update.
For iOS devices, the latest release focuses on Apple Music and some minor improvements on its native apps. There are a couple of bug fixes as well that fixes stability issues with Safari, Contacts, Calendar and its native keyboard. If you’re using the iPhone 6s/6s Plus, iBooks now supports 3D Touch and you can perform the usual peek and pop from the table of contents.
iOS 9.2 is available now in Malaysia and you can download it under Settings > General > Software Updates. It weighs 272MB so it is best that you’ll find an unmetered WiFi for this.
With the new software iteration, users will get additional watch faces including timelapse and the ability of using your own photos. In addition, it is now able to display on its side while charging and there’s a new time travel feature which lets you check your past and upcoming appointments from the watch face. Probably the biggest change is the support for independent watch apps that would work standalone.
Apart from iOS 9, Apple was also supposed to release its new watchOS 2 for the Apple Watch. Unfortunately some bugs where found and Apple would need some time to fix it before releasing it to public. There’s no mention when but Apple assures that it would be released shortly. After all, it is better for Apple to sort out all issues to avoid ruining the experience for everyone.